rest of what they raised. However, read the bottom of page 6 and the top of page 7 of the judgement about what the judges are commenting about - the one policy part that seems to get by them is the bit:
You may not make disparaging or defamatory comments about DISH Network,
its employees, officers, directors, vendors, customers, partners, affiliates or our, or their, products/services. . . .
Unless you are specifically authorized to do so, you may not
- Participate in these activities with DISH Network resources and/or on
Company time . . . .
How the hell the board sees someone making disparaging remarks on social media the same as union activities is very interesting. They then go on to say that the company has no right to limit employees talking to the media on company time as limiting their ability to get outside help, when such talks can be held on the employees own time is also an interesting piece of crap.
I still say the employees have not right to be on social media during company time.
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